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North Korean Refugee Status in China.

I read this article on border control in China, and how the crackdown on illegal immigration to China has widespread affects on even getting information and other goods into North Korea… Please continue reading at 동북아경[NorthEast Asian Tantra (N.E.A.T.)] 本人現任爲龔家令道製作主筆。關心東亞美洲兩地政治。…

Can’t Live With Them, Can’t Live Without Them

Mr. Cathcart of SinoNK, posits that China might possibly re-assess its stance towards North Korea, and may become much more firm against them, in the wake of these latest missile launches: http://sinonk.com/2014/03/12/north-korean-missiles-and-chinese-passenger-aircraft Of course, this isn’t the first time that…

Phoenix Watch: 華聞大直播 (Chinese News Giant Live Broadcast)

ORIGINALLY POSTED IN: 동북아경[NorthEast Asian Tantra (N.E.A.T.)] 張璉瑰 (Zhang, LianGui), 中共中央黨校國際戰略研究所教授 (Professor at the Chinese Communist Central Party School’s International Strategic Research Facility). Simply, the most consulted man on anything related to North Korea: CONTINUE ON AT: 동북아경[NorthEast Asian Tantra…

Poor Labor, Homeless Labor

In Korea, the railway strike is coming to an end. In Japan, people are still cleaning up the effects of the nuclear disaster from Fukushima. http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/12/30/us-fukushima-workers-idUSBRE9BT00520131230 But they are hiring homeless, at a rate well below the minimum wage. Most…

China’s ADIZ on the East

If you haven’t heard, China has set a new Air-Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ): http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304017204579226031095207724 It looks something like this… The problem with this ADIZ, is that it bumps up against property that are under the jurisdiction of course over Japan’s…

Net a P-3C!

Recently, America praised China for its decision to stop shipping weapons parts to North Korea: http://www.nti.org/gsn/article/senior-us-officials-see-progress-recent-chinese-actions-north-korea Especially happy to see one of the things they’ve banned shipping Ebola to North Korea. Well, that’s the least they could do, after no…

Working In China After Kaesong

ORIGINALLY POSTED IN N.E.A.T. As reported by DailyNK and NKNews: http://www.dailynk.com/korean/read.php?cataId=nk00100&num=99871 The number of North Korean citizens entering South Korea is set to decline by 20% year-on-year in 2013, according to new data released by the Ministry of Unification in…

Chinese Colonialism?

Personally, I prefer the term “Experialism” http://www.eastasiaforum.org/2012/07/24/a-new-form-of-colonialism It is news to none that China is expanding its resource-acquisition activities across the world. And in its search for mining and drilling rights, China seems more than willing to work with any…